LUSU Food Bank Celebrates 25 Years of Service

Sustainability News from your Student Union Charlotte McEwen, Sustainability Coordinator   Since opening in 1992, the LUSU Food Bank has provided emergency relief to hundreds of students each month. Dedicated volunteers have worked to keep the Food Bank open over the last twenty-five years, despite Read More …

Thunder Bay Campus Welcomes New Sorority

“We’re not a cult and there’s no scary rituals” – Founding Sisters            By Savanah Tillberg, Arts and Culture Editor   The word sorority is generally associated with out-of-control college parties, borderline-tortuous hazing, and embarrassing initiation rituals and as a result, Greek life has a huge Read More …

LUSU Launches Lecture Series

Lakehead Professor Max Haiven Discusses Debt Kaelen Pelaia, Staff Writer   LUSU has unveiled a new extracurricular lecture series, the first of which was held on Wednesday September 13th in the Study. English department professor Max Haiven, who also serves as Canada’s Research Chair in Read More …

Hail, Caesar-Chavannes!

Liberal MP Rocks Braids, Condemns Body Shaming, is a General Badass Sam Mathers, News Editor   Celina Caesar-Chavannes, a Liberal MP for Whitby, Ontario received a standing ovation in Parliament last week after speaking about body shaming, saying, “body shaming of any woman in any Read More …

The Lieutenant Governor’s Visionaries Prize Makes First Stop in Thunder Bay

Six Visionaries Discuss Reconciliation at Fort William Historical Park Sam Mathers, News Editor   On September 13, the first installment of the Lieutenant Governor’s Visionaries Prize was held in Thunder Bay. Six Ontarians competed by sharing their ideas around reconciliation, including one Lakehead University student. Read More …